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Let your curls speak for themselves.

Enhance your hair’s natural curl pattern.

Whether you want your hair to speak, shout or whisper, this quick and easy wash and go style only gets better as it dries. Refresh your curls quickly with our specially formulated re-hydrating Curl-Revive spray designed for coily hair after-care.

  • Cleanse

    Wash and condition with Revlon Realistic Strengthening Shampoo and Conditioner. Comb conditioner through hair to remove tangles and rinse thoroughly.


    Section hair into four parts and apply a generous amount of Butter Crème leave-in conditioner to each section of wet hair. Use a wide-toothed comb to distribute the crème, loosen curls and remove any remaining tangles. Pro-tip: Cover hair with a shower cap or heating cap for 5 – 10 minutes before starting the next step.

  • Apply

    Starting at the nape of your neck, in 2-4-inch sections, rake a nickel sized amount of Curling Custard through each piece of hair with your fingers (If you’re in a rush, use larger chunks of hair and a little more product. You can also use a Denman brush. Make sure the Curling Custard is distributed from root to tip. Step out of your comfort zone! Add a side part, a daring middle part, bangs or rake hair back and up for added height and drama. Pro Tip: If hair begins to dry, keep a spray bottle of water handy to moisten each section throughout the process.

  • Finish

    Apply Long Lasting Edge Control around your edges to smooth your hairline and shake your curls to separate. Let hair air dry for maximum results. Pro Tip: Flip your hair over and scrunch the ends with a finishing oil while hair is air drying to seal hair and tame frizz. In a hurry? Add a diffuser attachment to your blow dryer on low setting to dry hair without disturbing your curl definition.


    Cover dry curls over night with a satin bonnet. Spray Revlon Realistic Curl Revive the next day and gently shake, separating curls with your fingers to shape your fully rejuvenated wash-n-go.

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